Students typically have difficulty telling adverbs and adjectives apart. This resource will allow your students to differentiate between the two with hands-on, engaging activities! The following is included in this resource:
PowerPoint (26 slides):
Definitions and examples of adverbs and adjectives
Practice problems identifying an adverb and adjective in a sentence
Practice Page: Two different versions where students identify adverbs and adjectives in a sentence. One version the adjective or adverb is underlined while the other they must identify the adjective or adverb. Includes answer key.
Cut & Sort: Students sort sentences whether they contain an adverb or an adjective. Includes a version where the adverb or adjective is underlined while the second version the word is not underlined.
Four Corners: 27 word cards that are either adjectives or adverbs. Students chose the corner sign that describes their word: Adjective, Adverb: When, Adverb: Where, or Adverb: How.
Adverb or Adjective Sort: Using the Four Corners cards, students can complete an independent or group sort. Recording page included.